Director of Admissions
Gordon Dickler
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
189 Orange Street
New Haven, CT
Since its inception in 2003, Turnbridge has received national acclaim for its industry-leading work with young adults who have been derailed by substance use and co-occurring disorders. Turnbridge’s three-phased, step-down process is informed by conclusive studies that show the longer an individual is engaged in treatment the better his or her outcome. As Turnbridge residents advance through each Phase, their coping skills, self-esteem, and recovery skills grow, and interaction with the real world gradually increases as their ability to successfully navigate the stressors and pressures of daily life develops. The Turnbridge multidisciplinary approach integrates: - Case Management/ Recovery Coaching - Individual and Group therapy - Psychiatric Evaluation & Medication Management - Life Skills Development - Recreational Experience - Health & Fitness Training - Academic Tutoring & Support - Vocational Placement - 12-Step Community Immersion - Family Therapy Clinical and therapeutic aspects of Turnbridge’s programs for young men and women include:  Dialectical Behavior Therapy & Cognitive Behavior Therapy (DBT) & (CBT)  Trauma-Informed Therapy  Stages of Change Therapeutic Approach  Psychological, Psycho-Social & Physiological Assessment and Treatment  Restoration and Preservation of Dignity & Purpose  Family Programs & Familial Relationships Focus  Programming guided by Relational Theory Visit our website for more information or read the facts about programing listed below.

General Information

Private Company
Privately Owned

General Information

Private Company
Privately Owned

Residential Treatment

19 - 0
3 Months


Single Rooms with Shared Baths
Students are Always in "Line-of-Sight" with staff
Alcohol Addiction
Anxiety Disorder
Bipolar and related Disorders
Depressive Disorders
Dual Diagnosis
Eating and Feeding Disorders
Major Depressive Disorder
Mood Disorders
Personality Disorders
Process Addictions
Psychotic Disorders
Schizoaffective Disorder
Schizophrenia Spectrum
Substance Abuse
Substance Use Disorder
Substance/Medication-induced Psychosis
HIGH: Family Expected on weekly calls (or more) & to attend all family workshops (weekly , monthly or quarterly)
Transition Supervised Housing
Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOP)
Community Outpatient Services

Therapy - Individual

Yes, part of the program cost
1 Hours

Therapy - Group

10 Hours
10 Hours
2 Hours
Advanced Practice Master Nurse
Behavior Specialist
Medical Doctor
Neurofeedback Specialist
Nurse Practitioner
Registered Dietician
Registered Nurse

Accredition / Affiliation

State License
Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
$12,000 - $15,000 / month
Private / Self Pay
Breakout Billing For Insurance
Hartford [BDL]
0.5 Hours
Available for Review
Mission Statement
Our programs for young men and young women are built to address three core truths learned and reinforced through years of successfully treating addiction among young adults. 1. Addiction and its co-occurring disorders effect every aspect of an individual’s life – from physical and mental health, to emotional stability, to relationships and aspirations. This is why we take a comprehensive approach and employ an integrated range of services to care for mind, body, and spirit. 2. People learn most effectively when they are taught in small increments, and when they repeatedly practice lessons. This is the reason for our three-phased programs that gradually deliver intensive clinical and experiential therapies, as well as life skills. This is also why Turnbridge clients practice new thoughts, behaviors, and skills regularly in the real world with the careful supervision of our team. 3. Addiction affects the physiology, psychology, and emotional health of young men and young women very differently. This is why we offer both men’s and women’s programs, which include separate housing, curriculum, and staff to address the unique challenges addiction poses to young men and young women.